Spectacular prospect Dalton Smith makes assertion with large one-punch KO at Eddie Hearn’s again backyard Battle Camp, referee counts for no purpose

Dalton Smith took benefit of an enormous alternative by scoring a one-punch knockout of Nathan Bennett on Saturday night time.

The 23-year-old was given a slot on Eddie Hearn’s first Battle Camp present within the Matchroom HQ again backyard and took it with aplomb.

After controlling the primary 4 rounds by displaying his technical skill, Smith upped the tempo within the fifth.

The spectacular super-lightweight prospect landed a swift proper hand and laid Bennett out on the canvas.

It was clear that the struggle was completed, however referee Ian John Lewis unnecessarily determined to finish a full ten rely.

Fortunately Bennett was up and okay shortly afterwards as Smith moved to 7-0 (6 KOs).

Smith discovered a house for his proper hand
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Bennett was KOd
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Hearn beforehand informed talkSPORT in regards to the Battle Camp collection: “We talked about doing boxing in studios and there’s lots of people doing it.

“I simply really feel like if you find yourself speaking a few gladiatorial sport, like boxing, you must create that second, that power, not only for the viewer at residence however the fighter as nicely.

“We’ve bought large plans. It appears unbelievable…

“It’s important to be compelling and modern and provide you with concepts like Matchroom Battle Camp, the place broadcasters are going to say, ‘Wow, we love that.’”